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9 Things To Add To Your Puerto Rico Bucket List

Puerto Rico is not your typical island destination. There are so many authentic experiences on the island that are worth exploring. Like hiking in the US’ only tropical rainforest, to exploring a 500-year-old city. Here are the top 9 things to add to your Puerto Rico bucket list.

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Number 10: Go for a hike in El Yunque National park – This is the only subtropical rainvforest in the US (besides Hawaii) and is filled with so much bio diversity. Make sure you spot the ylang ylang tree to smell the beautiful flowers used in some of the best perfumes.

Number 9: Have lunch in La Placita at Chef Jose Enrique’s restaurant. Jose Enrique is an award winning chef who uses his master culinary skills to enrich traditional Puerto Rican dishes.

Number 8: Shop in el Mercado in La Placita – Be sure to stop by and talk to Hector Ruiz Housler, who sells herbs and concoctions used to treat all sorts of ailments.

Number 7: Have a cafecito at Café Cuatro Sombras - Located in Old San Juan and has the richest, most authentic Puerto Rican coffee in town.

Number 6: Visit Casa Cortés - Indulge your senses in fine chocolate and fine art here. Try their chocolate and cheese snack and sample one of their delicious chocolate beverages.

Number 5: Go to Piñones for authentic Puerto Rican street food – Try the fresh oysters, clams and all of the delicious fried food offered here. Be sure to pass by the cultural center to learn the history of this important Puerto Rican neighborhood.

Number 4: Spend an afternoon in the Botanical Gardens – Take a tour and smell the cinnamon and bay rum trees and if you’re lucky, you just might spot a coqui.

Number 3: Stay on Condado Beach. I love the San Juan Marriott Resort and Casino. It’s a quick drive from the airport, has breathtaking views, and has amazing service.

Number 2: Have a Bioluminescence experience - Puerto Rico has three Bioluminescent bays which contain millions of micro-organisms, called “dinoflagellates”, that glow fluorescent in the dark when agitated.

Number 1: Explore the beaches. Puerto Rico is blessed with beautiful beaches around the entire island. With warm Caribbean water and happy vacationers relaxing with their good vibes, a visit to the beach is an absolute must. My top picks are Condado, Luquillo, Dorado and Bahia Beach.

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The best family beaches in Puerto Rico are located near the best beaches in Vieques Puerto Rico which are broken down in this top 10.

Puerto Rico beaches are known for being sandy and spacious, often hidden away from tourists you can find some beautiful sights at places like Flamenco beach, San Juan beaches and more.

The nicest Puerto Rico beach, in my opinion, goes to Isla Verde Beach.

The top San Juan Puerto Rico beaches are Ocean Park Beach and Escambron Beach.

You can celebrate your vacation by snorkeling in Puerto Rico, the nicest beaches in Puerto Rico for snorkeling are Condado Beach and Boqueron Beach.


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In this video I went to the beautiful tropical island of Culebra in Puerto Rico. I stayed on the beach called Playa Flamenco which is considered to be one of the best beaches in Puerto Rico, here you will find crystal clear water and beautiful white sand :D A must if your travelling to Puerto Rico!



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10 Things Not to Do in Puerto Rico

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From its towering mountains to its world class beaches and everywhere in between, Puerto Rico is a welcoming tropical destination but there are certainly 10 Things NOT to do there.

1. Don’t Expect Everyone to Speak English
Spanish is the primary language. In resorts you shouldn’t have a problem, but when you’re visiting the cities and towns, you’ll likely run across a lot of people who don’t speak English, so it’s a good idea to learn a few basic Spanish phrases.

2. Don’t Where Flashy Jewelry
There is an element of crime in the area. In highly trafficked tourist areas, the chances of being hit by violent crime rises; that said. Don’t flash your valuables around in public, and make sure to steer clear of tourist areas at night.

3. Don’t Speak Ill of Puerto Rican Statehood
The people and government of Puerto Rico have invested a lot of time, effort, and passion into making the argument that they should be properly folded into the Union. So, if the topic comes up, just say you support statehood or change the subject.

4. Don’t Be Afraid of Puerto Ricans
By and large, the Puerto Rican people have an international reputation for being very warm and open. Don’t get into cars with strangers or anything, but you shouldn’t feel shy about striking up a conversation with a local. They’re cool, and you just might gain a new perspective on things.

5. Don’t Count on Public Transportation
Buses run infrequently. Uber doesn’t exist. Taxis will charge you an arm and a leg. Your best bet for getting around the island is to rent a car. It will be extremely expensive, but the extra control over your travel just might be worth it.

6. Don’t Go Wandering Through El Yunque National Forest
Any trip to Puerto Rico should undoubtedly include a journey to El Yunque, the country’s famous tropical rainforest reserve. No matter how tempting it might be to leave the designated path while you’re there, don’t do it. Tourists get lost in El Yunque all the time and some have even ended up dead. Be careful.

7. Don’t Spend a Lot of Time in ...
The areas of La Perla, Old San Juan, and El Morro are known to have a higher than average rate of drug trafficking as well as the vagrancy and crime that goes along with it. It’s best to just keep on moving.

8. Don’t Worry About Being 21
For any college students thinking about heading somewhere tropical for Spring Break, you should probably know that the drinking age in Puerto Rico is only 18.

9. Don’t Focus on the Big Cities
The island really comes alive when you schedule a few days to explore the country and stay in a small town. Not only are small towns like Guayama considered safe, they’re also gorgeous and peaceful.

10. Don’t Forget About the ‘Lost Coast’
You won’t have to look too far to find a nice stretch of sand. During the summer months, you might think about visiting the island’s western coast. This stretch of sand tends to be less populated and is home to some of the Caribbean’s best diving and surfing.

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Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with a landscape of mountains, waterfalls and the El Yunque tropical rainforest. In San Juan, the capital and largest city, the Isla Verde area is known for its hotel strip, beach bars and casinos. Its Old San Juan neighborhood features colorful Spanish colonial buildings and El Morro and La Fortaleza, massive, centuries-old fortresses.

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Puerto Rico has so many things to offer. Whether you love adventure, food, culture, or relaxing, you will find it in Puerto Rico. This is out list of the top 10 things to do in Puerto Rico in 2019, and it includes hiking, distillery tours, exploring forts, night markets, best beaches to relax on, where to try authentic Puerto Rican food, and much more!


1. Hike the El Yunque National Rainforest
2. Book a Bio Luminescent Tour of Bio Bay
3. Visit Old San Juan to see the colourful buildings
4. Explore the forts in Old San Juan: Castillo San Felipe Del Morro and Castillo San Cristobal
5. Head to Barrachina Restaurant for delicious Mofongo and Red Snapper. Wash it all down with a traditional Pina Colada
6. Learn how coffee is made at Hacienda Buena Vista
7. Head to Rincon to check out the beaches and try your hand at surfing
8. Check out the Rincon Art Walk and head to a beach bar to see the most beautiful sunset
9. Go to Ponce to see the Parque de Bombas
10. Learn how Bacardi Rum is made at Casa Bacardi




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Top 10 Puerto Rican Street Foods | The BEST Street Food in Puerto Rico

In the summer of 2018, I visited the island of Puerto Rico and had a blast eating and drinking my way through the the island with my travel buddy Mariel de Viaje.

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In addition to its warm weather and gorgeous beaches, Puerto Rico is also well known for its rich and fatty foods, fresh seafood, and strong tropical drinks. I tried dozens of dishes while I was there, but I wanted to share the absolute best with you guys with this list of the top 10 street foods I ate on the island. Let’s dive in!

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I found this fried, cylindrical fritter in two locations: Donde Olga Bar & Restaurant in Piñones and Kiosko Luquillo in the town of Luquillo. It’s made with a dough of mashed green plantains that is stuffed with a savory meat filling and then deep-fried. The kind I had was filled with some extremely flavorful blue crab meat and was like a big croqueta!


While I was at Donde Olga Bar & Restaurant in Piñones, I also tried the Bacalaito, a thin, flat, deep fried fritter made of cod fish, flour, and baking powder. There are so many textures at work here: crispy, crunchy, dense, and chewy, and the flavors of cod fish and the spices are insanely delicious. Have this greasy street food with a nice, cold beer!


To find this heavenly roasted pork dish, head to La Ruta de Lechon in Guavate. Here, the entire pig is roasted over a flame for four hours until the skin gets crispy, but the meat underneath is perfectly tender and juicy. It’s pork, so of course it’s fatty, but it is so worth it, especially the crispy skin, which is called cuerito. If you love pork you have to try lechon!


This unique sausage, which contains a mix of pork blood, rice, and spices, might not sound appetizing to everyone, but just give it a chance. I tried some fantastic morcilla along La Ruta de Lechon in Guavate and it blew me away. It was tender and flavorful, with a fantastic texture from the rice, and was one of the best morcillas I’ve ever had.


One of the more well-known Puerto Rican foods, I tried this mashed plantain, meat, and vegetable dish three times: at Los Barriles in Piñones, Vaca Brava in Old San Juan, and Costa Mia in Las Croabas. My favorite was the seafood mofongo at Costa Mia, which came with large, succulent shrimp and mussels in an amazing, flavorful sauce. It was outstanding!


This Puerto Rican bowl dish, which I found at Alcapurria Quema in the Lote 23 food truck center in San Juan, can be made with lots of different ingredients, including meat, chicken, corned beef, ropa vieja, carne asada, chicharron, vegetables, or cod fish. The flavors and textures were out of this world! This traditions and filling dish’s name literally translates to “everything mixed into a big plate.”


If you go to a small hut in Pinones called Ostiones Vivos Kiosko, you’ll find some small, but incredible, raw oysters, which is one of my favorite types of seafood. They are freshly caught every day, and a squeeze of lime takes their flavor to a whole new level. Get them if you want some quality seafood on a budget!

-Carrucho/Conch Ceviche

After so many heavy and fried foods, it was nice to have something that was light and refreshing when I visited Kiosko Luquillo in Luquillo. The conch was moist and buttery, and had a texture similar to a scallop, with a mussel-like taste, and a nice blend of spices on it. It was, hands-down, my favorite dish in Los Kioskos de Luquillo.


You won’t find this homemade moonshine-like drink in any restaurant or kiosko because it’s illegal to sell, but luckily for me, a friend on the island hooked me up with three flavors: Coconut, Tamarind-Passionfruit, and Coconut with Almond. The first two weren’t that strong, but the Coconut with Almond will knock you out!

-Piña Colada

After a long day out in the sun, it was nice to cool down with this tropical drink at Costa Mia in Las Croabas. With a mound of whipped cream, a cherry, and lots of rum in it, it was sweet, refreshing, and full of delicious pineapple flavor!

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#5: Old San Juan - Among the oldest settlements within Puerto Rico, explore colorful streets that have historical and cultural significance.

#4: El Morro - One of the most famous monuments in Puerto Rico, it is a sixteenth century fort list with impressive towers, berrics and tunnels.

#3: El Yunque Rainforest - The only rainforest in the US fore service system, twenty eight thousand acres of lush and diverse forest is Nature's paradise.

#2: San Juan Cemetery - Few cemeteries are as pictureristic as this one. This historic cemetery is the resting place for famous people from the nineteenth and twentieth century.

#1: Seven Seas Beach - Puerto Rico is synonymous with great beaches. Seven Seas Beach is among the best, soft sand and palm trees await you here.

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01. Old San Juan
The oldest settlement within Puerto Rico. The historic colonial section of the city. Listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1972 as Zona Histórica

de San Juan (San Juan Historic Site), and declared a National Historic Landmark District in March 2013.

02. Castillo San Felipe del Morro
A 16th-century citadel. Also known as Fort San Felipe del Morro or Morro Castle. The fortification, also referred to as el Morro or 'the promontory,' was designed to

guard the entrance to the San Juan Bay, and defend the Spanish colonial port city of San Juan from seaborne enemies.

03. San Juan National Historic Site
A National Park Service-managed historic site which protects and interprets colonial-era forts such as Castillo San Felipe del Morro, bastions, powder houses, and

three fourths of the old city wall. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.

04. Cathedral of San Juan Bautista
The Roman Catholic cathedral of the Archdiocese of San Juan de Puerto Rico. The cathedral is one of the oldest buildings in San Juan, located in Old San Juan, and is

the second oldest cathedral in the Americas. Was the first cathedral church on the Western Hemisphere.

05. Camuy River Cave Park
A cave system. Located between the municipalities of Camuy, Hatillo and Lares in northwestern Puerto Rico, but the main entrance to the park is located in Quebrada,

Camuy. Part of a large network of natural limestone caves and underground waterways carved out by the third-largest underground river in the world, Camuy River.

06. Condado Beach
A beach effervescence located at the end of Ashford Avenue in Condado. Contains coral green oceanfront surroundings. A sea streaming, bubbling evanescence that slides

over Condado Lagoon's underwater sway. It is a five to 10 minute swim from Miramar or Isla Grande Boulevard and a seven minute drive from Old San Juan.

07. La Fortaleza
The current official residence of the Governor of Puerto Rico. It was built between 1533 and 1540 to defend the harbor of San Juan. The oldest executive mansion in

continuous use in the New World. It was listed by UNESCO in 1983 as part of the World Heritage Site La Fortaleza and San Juan National Historic Site.

08. Fortín de San Gerónimo
A small fort located in the mouth of the Condado Lagoon, across from the historic sector of Miramar. Built during the 17th century to replace a smaller battery (called

El Boquerón) that stood at the easternmost end of the San Juan islet. Still in remarkably good shape. Open for visitors.

09. Wildlife Museum
A Museum. Inaugurated in November 1, 2010 and houses more than 200 specimens in their respective habitats. The museum has garnered popularity in the island, receiving

more than 100,000 visitors shortly after its first year.

10. Isla Verde
A District of Carolina located east of Santurce next to the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport above the Teodoro Moscoso Bridge. The area just outside the capital

of Puerto Rico that links with the college town of Río Piedras and the residential counterpart surroundings of Hato Rey.

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This is Why You Should Visit Puerto Rico in 2019

When’s the best time to visit a place that’s recently undergone a natural disaster? In this video I head to Puerto Rico to chat with Chef Maria Mercedes Grubb and Discover Puerto Rico CEO Brad Dean to understand how tourism, and the money it injects into local businesses, has been the most powerful economic driver following the one-two punch from Hurricanes Irma and Maria.

If you’re considering vacationing somewhere that has recently been through a tough time like this, look to the tourism authority for information on visiting. One looming concern vacationers still might have after events like these, though, is over how things look. For that reason I wanted to see for myself the state of the island. I’m happy to report that it is as beautiful as ever, and that in traveling to some of the most iconic locations around Puerto Rico I saw zero evidence of the hurricane.

So, to that end, following events like this I recommend checking both the tourism authority’s website as well as looking into local creators on social media to get a full picture of the current state of things. What may be reported in the news might not affect your vacation at all, and these places want and need you.

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TROPICAL Puerto Rican STREET FOOD TOUR | Piñones, Puerto Rico

During my trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico in Partnership with the Intercontinental San Juan, I decided to head out to Piñones to try some tropical authentic Puerto Rican Street Food!

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I arrived in San Juan, Puerto Rico early in the morning and headed straight to the Intercontinental San Juan to check in and to show you my club level suite. My suite is huge!

From their I grabbed a quick 15 minute uber ride east to Piñones. This area has one road and their are tons of restaurants and kioskos (traditional huts) where they serve authentic Puerto Rican street food.

My first stop was at Donde Olga Bar & Restaurant to try a Bacalaito which is a salted cod pancake fritter and a Alcapurria which is fried green banana stuffed with crab or beef. Both of these Puerto Rican street foods are must tries when you visit Puerto Rico!

Next we walked over to El Barriles Restaurant to try some Mofongo with Seafood! Mofongo is fried plantain mash with seafood. This is the star of Puerto Rican street food dishes. It is so yummy mixed in with the seafood!

On our way to our next stop I stumbled on Ostiones Vivos Kiosko. This is a small hut serving local Puerto Rican ostras or oysters! They are small bite sized oysters but if you like oysters you will love them!

Our final stop is Sabores de Piñones where I tried two local specialities, Pionono is a stuffed fried plantain stuffed with beef and a Rellenos de Papa which is a fried mash potato stuffed with ground beef.

I think the Pionono was my favorite because it was so sweet but the Bacalaito and Mofogo were off the chain!

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